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Leveraging Change: Developing a Gender Niche in Policing in Pakistan

Leveraging Change: Developing a Gender Niche in Policing in Pakistan Aliya Sethi Setting the Context Making a visible and sustainable impact in the domain of equality between women and men seeks commitment and capacity from all the cooperation partners to conceive and execute result oriented development interventions. Gender reforms are essentially political in nature aiming at […]

The Role of Narcissistic Personality Disorder in Rage-Type Murder (Part 2) 

The Role of Narcissistic Personality Disorder in Rage-Type Murder (Part 2) Christiaan Bezuidenhout & Michelle Wharren Abstract This research was directed at establishing whether narcissistic individuals will go to extreme levels of violence, specifically murder, if their self-image is threatened. The aim with the current research is to explore a possible association between rage-type murder and […]

An Analysis of the Probable Association Between Narcissistic Personality Disorder and a Rage-Type Murder Event (Part 1)

An Analysis of the Probable Association Between Narcissistic Personality Disorder and a Rage-Type Murder Event (Part 1) Christiaan Bezuidenhout & Michelle Wharren Abstract This research was directed at establishing whether narcissistic individuals will go to extreme levels of violence, specifically murder, if their self-image is threatened. The aim was to determine the extent of pre-existing narcissistic personality […]

Perceptions of Middle Aged Men and Women about Women Killers

Perceptions of Middle Aged Men and Women about Women Killers Saba Walayat, Syeda Salma Hasan & Asir Ajmal Abstract The present study was conducted to investigate the indigenous perspective of Pakistani women killers .Survey research design was used to explore the possible perceptions for the murders committed by Pakistani women. The data was drawn from middle […]

Correlates of Resilience in Police Officers from England and Pakistan: A Cross National Study

Correlates of Resilience in Police Officers from England and Pakistan: A Cross National Study Dr. Sajida Naz & Dr. Helen Gavin Abstract A substantial amount of literature suggests profound psychological implications as a result of constant exposure to trauma in police work. The literature in the west argues on the use of therapeutic interventions at appropriate stages […]

Gender Role Perception and Exposure to Violence at Schools: A Study of Selected Schools* in District Mardan & Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Gender Role Perception and Exposure to Violence at Schools: A Study of Selected Schools* in District Mardan & Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Jamil Ahmad Chitrali & Prof. Dr. Anwar Alam Abstract Gender role perceptions shapes behaviors of students and therefore plays a major role in their exposure to violence at and around schools. The study was conducted in the […]

Application of Demographic Variables in Measuring the Perception of Child Trafficking in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan 

Application of Demographic Variables in Measuring the Perception of Child Trafficking in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan Syed Rashid Ali, Niaz Muhammad , Mussawar Shah, Abdullah, & Imran Abstract Across the globe, although tremendous efforts have been carried out for controlling crimes and violation of human rights but it is also a fact that the intensity and magnitude of crimes […]

Pakistan’s Child Protection Legislative and Policy Frameworks: 1 A Critical Review

Pakistan’s Child Protection Legislative and Policy Frameworks: 1 A Critical Review Tahira Jabeen Abstract Pakistani children experience a wide range of protection issues including physical, sexual, emotional abuse, neglect, harmful traditional practices and the economic exploitation and abuse due to broader socio-economic and structural factors. However, the state response in the form of legislation, policy and intervention […]

International Crime and its Subsequent Development

International Crime and its Subsequent Development Syed Raza Shah Gilani, Hidayat-Ur-Rehman & Arshad Iqbal Abstract ‘Does International Criminal Law exist?’ is the most debatable question in the modern day legal literature. Some scholars are of the opinion that it exists arguing that it derives it source from the International Law which is accepted and recognised by […]

Amendments to Anti-Terrorism Law of Pakistan: An Overview

Amendments to Anti-Terrorism Law of Pakistan: An Overview Kamran Adil Abstract This article is discusses the anti-terrorism legislation and later amendments to in the laws in Pakistan. This is an interpretive research. The researcher used content analysis to discuss and analyze the amendments and their potential impacts in Pakistan. It is concluded that most of the […]